shimmerkid writes "After seeing almost nothing about audiolunchbox.com in your recent story about the perfect online music store, I felt a little vindicated when I received an email newsletter from them claiming they have become the "largest independent digital music store in the world." They have added Beggars/Matador and Kill Rock Stars among others, promising a total of 500,000 tracks (at 99 cents a track for unrestricted 192 kbps MP3 and Ogg) by December, and over a million tracks in 2005. The best part is that they pay the artists 65 cents a track."
writes "The Echo framework, which is used for creating web applications that approach the functionality of rich clients, has received some significant updates since its last showing on Slashdot. The community-developed EchoPoint component library has hit v1.0 and now provides more than 50 components such as a chart container and a rich text editor. The recently released version 1.1 of Echo is now available under the Mozilla Public License (in addition to the LGPL). More information can be found in these two announcements on TheServerSide, and this recent article in the SDTimes."
Noksagt writes "The 50 questions for Bush and Kerry that were moderated and commented on in a previous /. story have been pared down to 20.
Vote for 10 of them at The New Voters Project Presidential Youth Debate. You don't even need /. mod points--just a valid email address!"